Can Incisors Be The Cause Of Thrush?
Hello dock, so my fourth upper incisors are experiencing growth in the future, and I often experience thrush due to being bitten, is my tooth factor affecting the dock and is it dangerous? Considering I often get thrush and not just 1, it can be 2 to 3 injuries when canker sores. And what should I do next? Thank you
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Basically, people who have messy teeth (including also have ginsul) or malocclusions (upper and lower teeth that do not close properly, including teeth that grow forward) can indeed increase the risk of the person experiencing recurrent canker sores. However, there are many other possible causes of canker sores, for example:
trauma to the lips or tongue for example due to being bitten, pricked by food, injury due to toothbrush being too hard / rough, certain medical actions carried out in the mouth, etc. consumption of certain foods / drinks such as eating foods that are too hot, too acidic, certain fruits, coffee, alcohol, etc. certain nutritional deficiencies genetic tendencies emotional stress SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate) in toothpaste or mouthwash Allergic reactions to food / drugs smoking or stopping smoking Hormonal changes Decreasing the body's immune system If indeed you experience thrush because your lips are often bitten by your teeth whose position is too advanced, you should do a dental examination and consider using stirrup / braces to improve the condition of your teeth. If you don't want to use stirrup, you can try to chew your food more carefully and more slowly. Try not to talk while eating too separately to reduce the possibility of your lips being bitten. Try to look for other possible triggers for your sprue and avoid these triggers.
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